Want to reward chapter volunteers and give them an incentive to stay involved? Take a cue from one association that discounts registration for chapter presidents to attend its annual meeting.
Mastercard's decision to not require signatures for purchases reflects a push toward simplicity that might prove inspiring for your own organization. Also: Wikipedia uses emojis to teach on Twitter.
The National Association of Broadcasters is calling on Apple to take steps to add FM radio functionality to its devices, something which Apple says isn't possible in recent models—a claim NAB's chief technology officer is skeptical of.
Responding to research that showed big data wasn’t always delivering better data, the medical group is building partnerships around a common model.
A recently released whitepaper looks at how meeting planners can shift the focus of the conversation around events from outcomes to human-centric experiences.
With an aim to equip individuals with the expertise they need to effectively advance the interests of the library community, the American Library Association created the ALA Policy Corps.
The North American Spine Society’s 32nd Annual Meeting is set to start in Florida next week. Around 3,400 are expected to attend.
Even in the rush to become "digital first," direct mail still has a serious role to play in your marketing efforts. Also: a trove of email subject line ideas for #GivingTuesday.
The Pew Research Center asked thousands of academic, business, and technology experts to weigh in on whether online information will get more accurate over the next decade. They offered mixed responses—along with a lot of smart thinking.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, which hopes to create an open-source blockchain standard around the technology for the business world, has gained more than 200 members in less than a year—including a number of Fortune 500 companies.